With the emergence of Solvency II and other risk-based capital regimes, there has been a period of rapid change in prudential rules for insurers.
The relationship between credit insurance and banking is an important and growing one.
State aid refers broadly to interventions made by countries in support of specific companies or in other ways engaging in private markets.
Credit insurers and sureties (as well as their reinsurers) analyse large quantities of data and often must make rapid, automated decisions.
How we respond to the existing and emerging challenges of climate change, demographic shifts and socio-economic challenges are the major questions facing governments, businesses and individuals right now.